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Back to SLR since retirement; love to take macros and into post editing, usually ACDSee. Like mood candid shots of people or scenery as well as flowers.
Since the aquisition of the 50 mm 1.4 Prime I would like to do landscapes in Mexico.
Pleased to hear you are coming......if you have not read the baseball shooting suggestions,.....good ideas.........but I think I will wear a motorcycle helmet for those fly balls and if I get too close to the batter......ouch!
I have a polarizer for my 28 to 300 tamaron and for my 17 - 85 canon len.
I have not been using them a lot lately as I have been lazy in changing the lens on a bright day. Sometimes I will stop down the auto exposure bracketing on bright days . I am not an expert but I would think that the lens that you use the most on bright days would be the one to get the polarizer for. A polarizer should help for landscapes and water reflection on bright days.
Heinz, can you re-post your question in the Canon Group. Just above where your question is, please use the "Start A Discussion" and label it properly. This kind of discussion is excellend and in a seperate discussion it can be kept for ever so that others can see it and read all the replies.